Microsoft Windows Phone 7 to be plugged

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The creators of the ChevronWP7 back-door released a notice stating their application which allowed users a way to install apps on to the Windows Phone 7 os without the need to go through Microsoft's Marketplace site, or the need to sign-in to an active developer account, has been "fixed" by Microsoft. Microsoft will include the fix in their upcoming Windows Phone 7 software update.

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